Delving into an eminently divisive realm - documenting ones own impressions of architecture.
Deliberately rendered grainy to mimic the gritty, Moriyama-esque aesthetic, these photographs have been made to capture life in the raw, for better or worse.
Capturing the colours, textures and essence of the riverside, this series is a study of found objects along the Thames riverside between Enderby's Wharf and Morden Wharf, at low tide.
Bokeh for bokeh's sake - a photographic portfolio unashamedly amalgamating long or wide lenses with macro tubes, on halo prone film stock.
A series highlighting the industrial past and present, as well as redevelopment future, of the Greenwich Peninsula, extending from Deptford in the west to Charlton in the east.